Technologies and media

How Can Jazz And Classical Get Some Attention On Streaming Services?

"Services such as Spotify and iTunes don't handle the more complicated metadata very well, often rendering music in these genres harder to discover and sort. But building a tailor-made private playground cut off from huge pools of listeners is an even worse attempt at a solution."

New Music Box

2014 Technology and Music Predictions

Well it is a new year and with that come TMV's predictions for the year ahead, albeit this time round TMV's predictions are a month later than usual.

The Music Void

Midem Hack Day 2014: Music hacks from 25 developers unveiled

We bloody love music hack days. They're an explosion of playful, inventive, innovative and above all creative hacks from people thinking less about building the next big music/tech business, and more about pushing the boundaries of what's possible with the proliferation of music APIs.

MusicAlly

Music by the sea awakens a new artistic spring in India

A bunch of technologists and musicians have got around to float a crowd funded platform to promote artists. They have nestled themselves nicely in Kochi, a city they think, is the future of artistic and musical talent.

Financial Express

Introducing Forgotify, the site that streams Spotify’s 4 million never-played songs

Twenty percent of the music on Spotify has never, ever been streamed — perhaps the most striking illustration of exactly how vast and unknowable the online music catalogue gets.

The Washington Post

More Music Tech Startups Are Turning To Crowdfunding

It should come as no surprise that music tech startups that need funding are turning to crowdfunding as an alternative approach.

HypeBot

Why Musicians Must Embrace Spotify And Pandora

Musicians need Spotify, Pandora and other streaming services more than ever.

Forbes

A Brief History Of Music Technology

How technology has changed the recording process for the mere mortal and the rise and rise of the tech guy.

Sonic State

Google's new Music Timeline

Because of the way it's compiled, Google's new music tool is bafflingly eccentric.

The Guardian


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